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Need new needle casing and needle for record player part of this

Have a Zenith product that is a record player and am/fm radio mdl#4130
sn#V0110773. Can't find this product of your site. Can you help me find parts that I need for this model for a new needle casing and needle to play my records for this product?

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  • Scott Frye
    Scott Frye May 11, 2010

    Hi...
    If you can get me a picture of the stereo and cartridge , I can probably help.

    painintheamp@yahoo.com


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    Having trouble getting parts for record player

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I would suggest that you look at the MUSONIC web-site. They specialise in cartridges and styli and will answer any questions by e-mail.

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